John Jay field hockey senior captain Sophia DiFalco will probably always remember this birthday.
Fox Lane’s boys’ cross-country team won its fourth straight league championship and eighth in the last 10 seasons as the Foxes captured the League 1D title Oct. 7, at Croton Point Park.
All it takes is one play to change the momentum of a soccer game, and that was a lesson the John Jay girls’ varsity team experienced Oct. 12, as the Wolves went on the road to take on rival Somers.
Clinging to a two-point lead over John Jay-East Fishkill midway through the fourth quarter, Fox Lane coach Drew Giuliano was looking for a big play from his offense with the Foxes deep in their own territory.
The season didn’t exactly start how the Fox Lane volleyball team had planned with a difficult stretch of games resulting in five straight losses. But the Foxes kept plugging along and found their confidence when they pulled off a five-set comeback win over Westlake on Oct. 1.
Senior Max Goodman led the way for the John Jay cross-country team as he finished strong to win the boys Varsity 2 race at the Brewster Bear Cross-Country Invitational on Oct. 2. Goodman finished with a time of 16:20 to take first ahead of Brewster’s Patrick Ford, almost two seconds behind.
Another weekend, another impressive showing for Fox Lane’s boys’ cross-country team.
Local rival Somers came to town on Saturday to take on John Jay in boys soccer, and despite coming in with an undefeated record and the No. 1 ranking in the state in Class A, the visiting Tuskers knew better than to underestimate the Wolves.
Following a statement-making win over a perennially top Class AA team in Mamaroneck, the Fox Lane boys soccer team has struggled to find the back of the net.
Coming off a humbling shutout loss to Suffern in Week 2, Fox Lane coach Drew Giuliano was looking for his team to clean up some of the mistakes they made, such as committing penalties or misalignments, when his team traveled to Port Chester on Sept. 25.
The John Jay girls’ soccer squad battled Yorktown to a 1-1 overtime tie on Sept. 23. Jay took the early lead on a Maddie Slogoff goal, but the Huskers were able to tie it up and send the contest to overtime. The game was called a draw after a second lightning delay in OT.
The numbers were in their favor, and the John Jay girls’ varsity swim team took advantage of the opportunity. John Jay had the advantage in terms of depth as the Wolves hosted the combined team of Sleepy Hollow, Hastings, Edgemont, Dobbs Ferry and Irvington — SHEDI — Sept. 27 at SUNY Purcha…
Head coach Debbi Walsh wasn’t happy with the way the John Jay field hockey team was playing in the first quarter against Fox Lane on Sept. 25.
It was homecoming weekend and John Jay’s home opener when it welcomed Yorktown on Sept. 25. On top of that, it was also the first time the Wolves were permitted to have a full crowd at a home football game since the 2019 fall season.
With such a young squad, Fox Lane coach Mike Tomassi set a team goal of winning five to eight games this season. But did he ever think the Foxes would pull off a huge upset win over a powerhouse program like Mamaroneck?
John Jay girls’ tennis coach Mark Passman knew he had a veteran team to work with this year, so he scheduled some tough matches to try and give the girls some stiff competition.
Fox Lane’s volleyball squad picked up its first victory with a straight-set sweep (25-11, 25-22, 25-23) of Port Chester on Sept. 17.
John Jay senior captain Lily Hodor knows her role on the court for the Wolves. As the libero, she controls the backcourt digging the ball up on defense and on serve-receive. Coach Tom Rizzotti said that the passing and serve-receive from the back row was the difference on Sept. 21, as John J…
It was senior night for the John Jay varsity girls soccer team Sept. 20 under the lights with family waiting to celebrate, but the Wolves had to take care of business on the field first.
After dominating the competition at the Big Red Invitational to open the season, Fox Lane’s boys’ cross-country squad doubled down with a sixth-place finish out of 66 teams at the Pre-States McDaniel-Baxter Invitational at Chenango Valley State Park on Sept. 18.
John Jay senior Tyler Paladino had just finished off an impressive night on offense with three touchdowns, but all he wanted to talk about was the John Jay defense.
John Jay kept attacking and the Wolves knew that eventually the goal would come. It might have taken longer against host Lakeland than they had hoped, but better late than never as Dugan Ellin found the back of the net with under 10 minutes to play as the Wolves pulled off a 1-0 win on Sept. 9.
One look at the scoreboard and you knew this was not your typical high school football game.
Fox Lane’s field hockey team opened the season with a 5-1 road loss to John Jay-East Fishkill on Sept. 9, but rebounded with an 8-0 shutout of visiting Our Lady of Lourdes on Sept. 14.
Clinging to a two-point lead in the third quarter after Roy C. Ketcham broke a long touchdown run, Fox Lane immediately turned the ball over on its next possession. The momentum had swung in Ketcham’s favor and the Foxes were looking for one of their players to make a play.
Fox Lane’s boys cross-country team began its season on a high note by winning the Big Red Invitational at Somers on Sept. 11. The Foxes, who won the Division 1 race by scoring 27 points to second place Arlington’s 47, were also the overall meet winners across three divisions. They posted an …
Bill Broggy was a staple on the Fox Lane sideline for years, but the veteran coach retired after last season and was replaced by Drew Giuliano, who had been an assistant coach with the program since 2011.
After quickly falling behind by two goals in the first six minutes of their season opener at Horace Greeley, Fox Lane boys soccer coach Mike Tomassi pleaded with his young team to play with more toughness and fight for 50-50 balls.
For a span of four minutes in the fourth quarter, John Jay junior forward Annabel Brennan made it look easy. Brennan scored three goals in less than four minutes, and she finished with four goals overall to lead the Wolves field hockey team to an impressive 7-0 shutout victory on the road at…
Watching the John Jay varsity football team work through its practice session, it is easy to understand what coach Jimmy Clark refers to as “the process.”
Fox Lane rising senior Eugenia Kaltsas loves the game of lacrosse. In fact, she doubts
Logan Matson stands out — on the baseball diamond and the football gridiron. And the basketball court.
Smooth as silk from behind the arc, Aidan Giannelli was one of Fox Lane’s top three-point shooting threats this past winter.
Lakeside opened the 2021 summer Northern Westchester Swim Conference season with wins over Pocantico on July 13, Mount Pleasant on July 17 and the Mount Kisco Memorial Pool on July 19.
The Pittsburgh Pirates shocked many in the baseball scouting world by selecting former Fox Lane standout catcher Henry Davis of the University of Louisville with the first overall selection in the Major League Baseball Draft on July 11.
It was close to two years since Fox Lane’s spring teams played a real game. And, since that time, rosters turned over dramatically and coaches were faced this shortened spring season with putting out lineups filled with players making varsity debuts.
John Jay girls lacrosse entered this season as a two-time defending sectional champion with a roster that included six D-1 college commits and a new head coach.
Fox Lane honored their senior athletes on June 15 with a ceremony on the school’s Bedford campus. Aidan Hicks was recognized as the male athlete of the year, while Alexandra Riley was tabbed as the top female athlete.
With the 2021 spring season coming to a close, the Fox Lane girls’ lacrosse team hosted Scarsdale and Pleasantville. With a 2-8 record, they were looking to finish the season strong.
John Jay captured both ends of the home-and-home series with rival Fox Lane to post a sweep of the Foxes.
John Jay rose to the occasion when confronted with the challenge of facing sectional Class A contender Suffern in Cross River May 28, pulling away after the intermission for a 9-7 win in rainy and cool conditions.
Everett Banks and Will Shepherd had three goals and one assist apiece to lead visiting Fox Lane to a 12-5 win at Ossining May 29.
Fox Lane had their hitting shoes on in a pair of dominating wins this past week, going up 11-3 against visiting Clarkstown North on May 27 and 12-1 versus Horace Greeley in Chappaqua on June 1.